Is everyone invited to these soirees? Or is it by invite only? I don't like sherry, could I have a g+t?huggermugger wrote:Right -oh; will bring it up next time we share a sherry
Good idea, let's spread the word! We'll get JT a sandwich board made, he can give out his flyers, and we'll get him a megaphone tooeagerdad wrote:Well I will be telling every parent I meet in May on New Entrants Day! Perhaps JT could lurk at the railway station with flyers for the site.
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huggermugger wrote:Am quite sure there are venerable OB's & Members of Staff (no doubt equally venerable) who are much better placed than me who can do the deed. Please?
Hmmmm, well, I'm far from venerable, but if you think that an aussie accent might make him more amenable ...............................
So do you think there's a chance there might be a link to this forum from the school website when it is updated?thriftymatron wrote:following a discussion at school about what information parents might want to have available on the school website (which is currently being reviewed for an update).
I don't think so but I can ask.lonelymom wrote:So do you think there's a chance there might be a link to this forum from the school website when it is updated?thriftymatron wrote:following a discussion at school about what information parents might want to have available on the school website (which is currently being reviewed for an update).
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I had a few discussion/battles to overcome - initially the forum was blocked by CH's content filters, and hence Deps/Grecians couldn't access it. I was told confidently by an influencial Almoner that it would never succeed, we'd never engage with the any of the pupils, and that we'd never overcome any of the child-protection concerns! Putting in place the "over 16s" policy solved that one, and the rest is history!
I'm keen it remain "unofficial" - but there's nothing to stop us have new sections which are more closely linked to the school, provided the overall independence is maintained. Any new ideas are very welcome.
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Why can't we get something in the school newsletter about it? Personally I think the head and governors would appreciate an open forum - especially when they can lurk incognito!
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